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The Memoirs of Alfred Rosenberg written at the end of World War 2 before he was executed.


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Reviewer: Jonathan Price - - August 18, 2012
Subject: A Mandatory Read for Those Interested in the Third Reich
"The Memoirs of Alfred Rosenberg written at the end of World War 2 before he was executed."

You neglected to add UNJUSTLY executed after being sentenced in that judicial farce and travesty of justice in the kangaroo court in Nuremburg for his non-crime(s).

Having said that, this book is a mandatory read for those interested in the Third Reich. In his memoirs, Alfred Rosenberg criticizes everyone from Joseph Goebbels to the Adolf Hitler. Rosenberg was one of the first “Nazis” and undeniably a very important player in the rise of National Socialism. Rosenberg’s masterpiece “The Myth of Twentieth Century” is the most important and definitive philosophical work of the Third Reich.
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